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This year’s Green Final Skills Competition winner could be accused of being a perfectionist.
Wrestlezone’s Mr P today vowed to “batter” Tri-Counties champion Andy Wild in Stonehaven like the town’s famous deep-fried Mars Bar.
Now the Caley 2 North title race has been reduced to a two-horse one between Ellon and Garioch, it will be a question of which team can hold their nerve in the run-in.
Aboyne amateur Shannon McWilliam is “honoured” to be selected to play in this year’s Curtis Cup.
Peterhead boss Jim McInally says it would be “unbelievable” if his side win the title on League Two’s helicopter Saturday.
Peterhead’s Rory McAllister is hoping to pick up a second League Two winners’ medal tomorrow.
Spartans manager Dougie Samuel insists Cove Rangers are the favourites in the League Two play-off semi-final.
Cove Rangers captain Eric Watson believes it would be “perfect timing” if his team gained promotion.
Aberdeen Judo Club members have grappled their way to glory.
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Young badminton players will be given the opportunity to test themselves against kids from other North-east clubs next month.
Great Britain mountain racing international Andy Douglas completed a Deeside double at the 21st anniversary Run Balmoral meeting which attracted more than 5,000 runners to the Royal estate on the Queen’s birthday weekend.
Ellon took a massive step towards winning Caley 2 North last week when they crushed nearest challengers Moray 68-15 at the Meadows.
Simon Ferry says every player in the Peterhead squad is desperate to get promotion from League Two to repay the club’s behind-the-scenes heroes.
Kerry Prise has adopted a deliberately low-key build-up towards the defence of her title in the Repsol Sinopec Devil of Deeside Challenge at Balmoral this weekend.
Imagine a mix of basketball, rugby and football. Then pour on the traditions of the Celtic culture and you will begin to get a flavour of Gaelic Football.
The North-east of Scotland Junior District team have been awarded the Tennis Scotland Team of the Year prize.
Nominations for the prestigious Aberdeen’s Sports Awards, now in their 25th year, officially opened today.
East End are back in the Superleague after defeating Cruden Bay 3-0 at New Advocates Park to clinch the First Division East title.
This week Briony Stewart, health and wellness advisor at Sport Aberdeen, looks at how to balance a return to the intensities of interval training with recovery sessions designed to soothe muscle pain and keep you training at your best:
Ellon surged to the top of Caley 2 North after beating nearest challengers Moray.
Oldmeldrum’s Allan Ritchie has conquered adversity to equal a world record.
Scotland junior international Clare Stewart is planning an ambitious race double-header next weekend.
Aberdeen's multiple kickboxing world champion Dean Sutherland has switched to professional boxing having signed up with MTK Global management.
The Granite City Oilers have greeted news of a new permanent home and celebrated with their latest victory.
“An upstanding, intelligent young fellow, with all the sturdy Scotch virtues.”
10 weeks to 10K: Week 5 – Parkrun can push training up a level and help refocus at the halfway stage
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Banks o’ Dee co-boss Sandy McNaughton is to retire from management at the end of the season.
Northstar CFC are now just three points behind Turriff United at the top of C League, Section 1 after a 2-1 win at Glentanar saw them take full advantage of their game in hand.